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dOiniOirD DAILY PALLADmi, MONDAY, JANAURY 4, 1904.
-a 1 I. w rl To Dio of Paralysis' Lillo Fail or. Holploso Invalid. ITor Throo IToars. JDr, Milos' Norvino Made My Nerroa Strong. ""For many yeare I stiilerod from terrible hadaci-rt and j,jR3 at taa base ef the brain, and fla ally get so bad thai I was erercome. yvith ntryeus prostration. I hai frrqtient dizsr ?-r!s -.; -.1 was so weak ani cxhai-stcd that i f;-.-.:a teles but Utile food. The best 1 h- ii tol'd I could rot live; that I w.-m;- ' - r-f para ysls, as Kir father nd i:r-;.i.r. ;f hia. I rem? mid a -helpless la--i.Ki r t.-.rrs year?, when I heard cf Dr. M.I-.-:'" Ilcsccratsv- N:rv:ne and bcan csinj it- Th-t v inter I felt b'-tter than! had be fore in rn.iny years, ani I have not been trouble! v ; h tij.v--; d.e?. "fu! headaches ehica Iirr.c used Pr. M.le i'ler.tcrative Nervine. My sr vt;!.o is rood ri-1 riy nerves ore f'res:.- Mrs. K. M. B-icnell, 2921 Oak land Ave., Minneapr;'!?, M-sn. "For rr.any ve-.rs I sut-rsd from nervous rostration, and could net direct my house old j - airs, nor have any cares. My stom ach wis very weak, headaches very se vere, and I was so nervouj that thcr trs.t net a ?i iht ia years that I slept over one hour ct a time We spent hundreds of dol lars for dacters and medicine. I was taken to Caicaja arid treated by specialists, but receive i wo bee5t at alL Finally 1 heard f Dr. Mr-es' NerriM sad began Us Ttse. I was sxrprijd that it hailed rat so quickly,, aad ceat rj? nr joy to find, after csiag vttt butties, that I 1sa-1 ful'v rccrrTyi EC keaJth." Mrs. W. A. Tho?e, D&luta, All drxistj se'l jttsrtLatas first br-t- tle Ir, Mile .' Remer. S-sad for fre book n Nervous arid H-a.t Duaaaas. Address Dr. UJ.es Mecii.il Co., Elkhart, JLnd. A YEESC "our11 Oil Burner. Heats stoves or furnaces ; burns Tilde oil;ont(it FKEE. Write tlomI Mff. Co.. Station li Sew orh., i. 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Taa lavtl catteH will be earahias and will prob ably eoneume several weeks. Pe!'.d tmg aAeuraaoM ef tk safety a&rtnst Are of otaer elaykcnvss. Mayor Kir rlson has ordered overy tusater la the elty to ba eloeed. "CAUGHT AT LAST In True Male-drama Style Ida Foilett Oeeka Revonfe. Fleua, O., Jan. 4. As tie Cincinnati, -Hamilton tc. Dayton expreas for Toledo was pulling; out of Dayton Sunday af ternoon. Ha Ve-lett spranj on the rear steps and the porter reopened the aair-ea-r sates for her. She immedl ateiy rushed at a eeuple, exclaiming: Tve eauht yxra at last." Drawing a -dirk she stabbed the unknown man but aot seriously. She then attempted to tab Lola Morton, who sat in the ad joining chair, but passengers inter fered. When carried into the smoking compartment she stabbed herself, and It is thought she will not recover. She was taken back to a hospital at Day ton. The assaulted couple alighted at Troy, the next stop after leaving Day ton. 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B. is especially advised for; chronic, deep-seated cases of impure blood and skin disease, and cures after all 4jlse fails. ACADEMY BURNED Young Ladles In Kentucky Institution Have Narrow Escape. Louisville, Ky., Jan. 4. St. Cather ine's academy, a Catholic school for girls located near Springfield, Ky., burned to the ground early Sanday. There were no fatalities. The loaa is about 1200,000. The fire was discover ed by Miss May Curry, a cripple, and ene ef the sisters ran a xalle in her bare feet and clad only la a night dress to give the alarm at St. Roee's, a boys sehooL Usually about 135 to IBS girls are in attendance at the academy, but many of them were away on their Christmas vacation. Between 75 and 100 girls were in the school when the fire broke out. So rapid was the progress of the flames that the pupils barely escaped with their lives and clad only in their robe3 de nuit, made their way over the icy and snow-covered fields to the academy at St. Rose, where they were sheltered. All of the buildings con nected with the institution were de stroyed. ' A special train furnished by the Lou isville & Nashville left Louisville' this morning carrying clothes- and medi cine to the sufferers. The train will return during the day with the 125 sisters and pupils and they will be housed and fed here until otherwise cared for. St. Catherine's was one of the his toric educational institutions of Ken tucky and was founded in 1804. CAR'S AWFUL PLUNGE Broken Rail Precipitated Ccaeh Down Eighty-Foot Embankment. Baltimore, Md., Jan. 4. A broken rail caused the derailment of three cars of an eastbound passenger train on the Western Maryland railroad Sunday, causing the death of two per sons and the serious injury of a num ber of other passengers and trainmen, the number of Injured being placed at thirty. The ImJieV coch, which was the laat of the train, rolled over and over down the omtatnaide a distance of -eighty feet and landed bottom npwird. The accident oe eurred near. Blue Mountain House sta tion, fifteen miles east of Hagerstowa, Maryland. Katherine Sener, eight years old, daughter of a Baltimore newspaper man, died In the arms of the coa duo tor after being taken frosa the wrecked car. An unknown woman was so wedgad in the wreckage that her dead body Is unrecognizable. Mrs, Beaer, mother of the dead child, is probably fatally Injured. Her son, six years old, was seriously Injured. Dynmlte's Awful Work. "Woodbridge, N. J., Jan. 4. An explo sion wrecked the hotel and hail ef Joseph Qalaida and mere or less ser iously injured thirty persons, r.t Keas hey, four miles front here Sunday while the St. John's Bensvoient society was celsbratlng its anniversary by a ease. There were about 50t in the hall, and one of the two exits' was cleesd by the wreckage. The people' beac&e panle stricken ani fe&g&t te get ott, many being trampled cm and srlously injured. It is baHerod tkat seme one with a grievaaee against Galalia cr the society, need dynamite. Relnforsamente for J I mines, an J usr IL, Jan. 4. Thirty of the frll'-'-ers ef Con. "Woe y Oil, former F-e!d t - F into Domingo, Including the l.uui'ncan revolutionary gener als sot uero, sailed today on the Froa-h steamer St. Simon., going di rect to Puerto Flats. From there they will hasten to jein Oen. Jlraiaex before fan Domingo. They declare them selves confldeai that they will be able to overthrow the government of Pres ident Morales. Parte Rican Treops Retained. San Juan, Porto Rico, Jan. 4. Gov. Runt has received advloes from Wash ington countermanding the order to dismount the remaining mounted Por to Rican troops. From this fact, coupled with the constant drilling of the troops, it is Inferred that the Porto Rican regiment will soon bo rdered to proceeed to Panama. Kentucky Legislature, Frankfort, Ky., Jan. 4. Members of the general assembly are gathered here today for the regular Mennial session which begins tomorrow. The race for the speakership on the Dem ocratic, or mtjority, side Is boing warmly contested. Uruguay In Trouble. Buenos Ayres, Jan. 4. A dispatoh fro is Montevideo says that a revolu tion has breken enrt in the department of MaMonado and that, a state of siege has boon proelainaed throughout the entire reenfelle of Uruguay. Pn4l te His Dsath. Bedford. Ind., Jan. 4. Bdaund B. Oainey, aged soventy-flve years, uncle of ex-Audi tor John M. Gainey, fell at his home west of here, causing his instant death. Another Oig Dock 9trlke. Barcelona, Jan. 4. A .general sdrlks of oil persons employed by the ship pins Interests has been declared a3 a result of which trado and commerce are paralyzed. Ratified t Sscret Session. Lima, Pern, Jan. t. At a secret ses sion of congress the treaty of arbitra tion for a settlement of tho boundary dispute betweon Peru and Bolivia was approved. IMPRESSIONS OF "PMSIFA! it Wagner's Opera as Viewed by a Musician and a Dramatist. WALTER DAME0S0H DISAPPOINTED Be Xlaooo laapreaatvaaoM of . 131 rth Fro4Ktiom aai Resrrets Pe XaraKK Hero ' Balai toys Ba.i vcata la Oataa OeeIra Myatle riar Is Hot Saerllea-loa-a4-elouat T" Secana Act Mtrrtlon. The following article in the Neor York Herald contains two impressions of the New. York production of Wag ner's opera "Parsifal" from the view point of a musician and a dramatist. Walter Damrosch, the musician, re- cords the production of "Parsifal" as n !.o: i and brave effort on the part ef Jr. Courted and Lis company to achieve 1 4- tiit- Impossible. 'Vi agner's 'last will and testament bc(:;u-aUiing -'Parsifal' to Baircuth ex clusively was no idle whim, but in spired by an r.b .cdute conviction, born of an intimate knowledge of . operatic conditions, that ihis work was of a character so unique that a proper per formance Is almost Impossible in a regular opera house and decidedly so during a regular opera season. "It would, therefore, be folly to crit icise this performance on the lines laid down by Wagnsr, for, though Mr. Ccn ried had spent monsy lavishly and had given tht work a fine cast of singers and mors rehearsals than art uuaMy vouchsafed a new production duri- an opera season, and though the per formance moved briskly, and almost glibly along, Wagner's good judgment was abundantly proved, and I. cannot help but wish that Mr. Conried's fine energy and desire to prove hla mettle had expended itself on some work .less exalted in character and in which go many fine points of art and morals were not at stake. j "At Baireuth performances there were imperfections artists even there have baan known to sing out of tuns but the theater is ideally planned, and artists and audiences alike are enabled to con centrate themselves on the work, in spired by the unique conditions sur rounding them and undisturbed by the trivialities of ordinary life. "I cannot say that the performance reproduced on me the Baireuth Im pression of the beauty and solemnity of the various ceremonials of the Chris tian church which are enncted and sym bolized before us in the first and third acts. These scenes, which were so def-p-ly moving and impressive in Baireuth, became dull and almost irreverent. It was frankly 'operatic,' and the scenes might just as well have ben taken from some Masonic ceremonial. In the main lines the 'stage business' was the same as in Baireuth, but the inner spir it was often wanting. "Whether it was the trivial manner in which the llely Grail was uncovered or the sleuehy way in which the knights of the Grail walked or fussed with their cloaks or the garish lighting of the Hall of the Grail, there was but little illusion and nene of the mysticism wkich should envelop these scenes as with a holy naantle. It was heavily borne in npen me that a performance ef an art work dealing directly with things and symbols most sacred chould either leave the whole. stage parapher Halia to the imagination or by incessant rehaarsalo and discipline succeed In pro ducing a perfect stage illusion. There should be no betwixt and between." Mr. JDanrooch heartily praises the musical performance, though he criti cises the weakness of the chorus. Fi nally, he cannot see why "Parsifal" should not be given frankly as an opera at ordinary hours, without all this lummery and affectation of long Inter missions and trumpet calls. These, he ays, "are but externals and cannot re produce the Baireuth spirit. These are j but a mockery of that ideal which Wag ner tried to rear in that raraway uttie I country tow n and which we. who starve in great clues, can only long ror as young Par?ifal longed for a sight of the Holy Grail in his long wanderings." David Belasco, the dramatist, says: "I saw 'Parsifal in Baireuth; I saw the Passion p'ay in Oberammergau. Transplanting is a delicate undertak ing, and 'Parsifal Is almost as difficult to transplant as the Passion play. Race, association, training all these have fit ted Mr. Conrled for thi3 remarkable task. "There is only one great tragedy in. the world, he divine tragedy. Wag ner has been iniiuenced by it, by the 'Man of Sorrows and acquainted with grief.' Stripped of its incidental ad juncts, 'Parsifal' deals with a young man who, in the hope that he may prove a redeemer remains insensible to his suffering until he becomes clair voyant by the kiss of the temptress Sundry and thereby made to under stand the meaning of pity. Wagner, this volcano ef emotions, this creator of barbarians and lusty young lovers, has written a work immortalizing pity. But remember he wrote it at the end of his life. Already his blood ran cold. Tar slfal' Is predestined. Ilrnce there is no complication, no great fall and no gnat story that Is, from a dramatic stand point. Wagner's earlier poems of men and women who lived to love and loved to live are fnr more dramatic because thry, are more human. After all. hu inaHity is the playwright's keynote. "The difficult ion of the book of Pnr Flfal' are obvious. For Inst;mev. Kim dry. who is what we must call the prima donna, has the only female role in the drama, and her singing is eon fined almost entirely to the second act. Here we And the 'woman' element lack ing. No wonder such a strange story. needed a peculiar setting! Was it be cause he feared the theme of his drama that he first hedged it in at Baireuth? Sacrilegious? No. 'Audacious? Well, yes. And how much in on? daring out in the white light of Broadway! Ia Baireuth all things would have been possible, even the sermon on the mount as an epilogue. There, hedged with enemies on every side, like gnats, Wag ner battled for the Impossible and in spite of the gnats achieved it. 'Parsi fal' is a monument to a daring deed, For today there Is only one Wagner, al though the many gnats still remain. "To Infuse the soul of a man all the delicate shades of his meaning into a work like 'Parsifal would seem to be Impossible. As the drama moved along I said almost unconsciously to a neigh bor, 'Wagner is dead. The best testi mony to the excellence of Mr. Conried's undertaking throughout is that one does not miss Baireuth and Wagner still more. Even personal contact with genius, so to speak, at second hand is a priceless legacy. "While I' cannot but think the orig inal hcene-of 'Parsifal' u more fitting place for its setting, Mr. Com-ied has far suipassed -the Baireuth production. His enchanted garden of the second act, with its ' wonderfully charming flowers and beautiful coloring, was by far the better. "In thi3 scene Wagner brought a storm of criticism about his ears by the astonishing size the exaggerated orientalism of his flowers. He had his own purpose in mind, to emphasize the symbolism of his flower maidens. But Mr. Conried's conception was more artistic in that it left more to the Im agination. It was a pleasing contrast to the garden in Baireuth, where many of the ladles, artists though they were, failed utterly to preserve the Illusion of youth or the power to tempt. The transformation scene was magically effected. This second act was the scen ic blemish at JBalreuth. "The lights, too, were better here; costumes, detail, accessories, -better, better, better! Americans have a way of praising something that takes place at a distance. They may make many comparisons, but there can be no ques tion as to the better presentation of the drama itself." A LAKE OF SOLID SODA. Strafe DitoTrr mt Major Bnrn . ban., tn American, In Afrtaa. Major F. R. Burnham, the American scout, recently returned to London from another difficult expedition to eist Africa, this time through the east Africa protectorate and Uganda to the borders of the Kongo Free State, pene trating about a thousand miles and ex. ploriug much territory that had never before seen a white man, says the Kan sas City Star. The major was accom panied by several hundred blacks and twenty white men, three of whom died of fever and six were invalided home. The most interesting result of the ex pedition was the discovery of a lake of about forty-nine square miles composed almost entirely of pure carbonate of soda, forming a snowlike crust so thick that the party wajkked across on iL In some places the chemical is solid clear through to the ground. It is the largest deposit of the kind that has ever been found. The lake is fed by mineral springs carrying soda in solu tion, and tke deposit is formed by the evaporation of the water under the burning equatorial sun. In years to come, when the inevitable railroads run through Uganda, this chemical lake will doubtless be of enormous value, but at present it is one of nature's in violable reserve funds. An active volcano was found at Lake Rudolph, and several others which were busily spouting mud and steam were seen. JTew T7a Wot m Whlfaliv Tmrnt. Rural England still contains a num ber of whipping posts, most of them attached to stocks. One of the most in teresting examples in the home coun ties stands on a patch of green by the roadside at 8tondon Masaey, In Essex. A peculiarity of this relic is that, though it still bears the Irons by which offenders against law and order were formerly triced up to receive castlga tion. It now performs the office of a travelers' guide, having arms which point the way to Ongar and other places in the district, says the London News. The lively Winter Time. Well, I dunno. Of course It's kind of nice to set around In your shirt sleeves sometimes in the summer, but people ain't never real healthy except In the winter. We need seasonable weather to kill off the diseases' and things, and a good, old Tash 1 ined winter always makes "me feel Itke frittin' up and doin' somethln'. From Heart to Heart Talks Wkh an Old Set tler." I love the happy wintar time, When all tha hilla are white. Whan frost ia thick upon tha panee And pipes freeze up at night. I love tha Joyful wlnter time. Whan, shutting out tha air, Jt Wa huddle In our houaaa ans Inaala tha poleeo thare. -. O happy, nappy wlntar tlma, "What Jay tha bliaaartfs brlngd . Haw aweat It ia to have cold, feet While a-ladly ravelin-. 0 glad O Joyoua winter time. When lea coata all tha atonae And paople without rubbars on Get home with broken bones. 1 love the lovely winter time. The time of chills and ills. The time of doubling up on gas And. coal and doctors' bills. Come, lt us Join the ones who tlilnk The w i ter time is grand And tha: it brings a thousand kinds Of biers! nc cm the land. O mrry, merry winter time. The times of mumps and c roup And rimnllpox and pneumonia! Iet's gayly. gladly whoop! Oh, let's exult with them who say The wintry season frees The world of germs and in return Brings healthful ecstasies., S. E. Klaer in Chicago Reoord-IIerald. Women Well as Ae: Are Mads Miserable by Kidney Trouble. Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, dis courages and lessens ambition; t-auty, vigor Gisappear when the kid- HfrtV-VKa. Kidney r.rvuo has V . V'-ii eccome so prevalent kk- urkv as af9R. if th urlivj scalds tha flask a if, wkan !. a'aiV-J reaches a aje wken it should be able t centre! the pa-ssae, ft 5a yt afflicted with hed-wstting, ccper.d upon It. the cause' e' the difficulty is kidney trouble, and the firv -top should be tovsr.!: .'rnen'i o u:c- of t. hese important ctr-.r?. 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